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Offline piixza

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Shorter silencer for kitchen hood or alternatives
« on: May 15, 2024, 10:24:45 am »
Hi,


I am looking for a shorter silencer, 2 ft or less, for a kitchen hood with 10 inch duct.


I am planning to use a Wolf remote blower and a Wolf wall hood. I heard that this setup may reduce noise. But I also saw that the duct can amplify the noise and people use silencer/muffler. Fantech seems to be a popular choice. But their 10 inch diameter silencer has a length of almost 3 ft, which won't fit in my kitchen. I have a 9 foot ceiling and the vent goes all the way up to the ceiling, bends 90 degrees and goes out the wall. So, the length of the duct is very short from the hood to the outside.


I contacted Fantech support and they do not make shorter silencers or custom make silencers. There is probably a reason why the silencers are that long, similar to car mufflers.


Does anyone know if there is a shorter silencer or alternative ways to further reduce noise in this case? Or it may be better off with an internal blower which won't amplify the noise like a megaphone.


Thanks for your help.  บาคาร่าออนไลน์UFABET

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